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Massenet, Jules Jules Massenet
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(1842 - 1912)
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Massenet, Jules: Pourquoi me réveiller ?

Pourquoi me réveiller ?
Werther (Acte III)
Jules Massenet

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Pourquoi me réveiller ?
Download MP3 (2.58 Mo) : (by Dewagtere, Bernard)363x 487x

Composer :Jules MassenetMassenet, Jules (1842 - 1912)
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Voice Tenor, Piano

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Arranger :Jules MassenetDewagtere, Bernard (1958 - )
Date :1893
Copyright :Copyright © Dewagtere, Bernard
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Werther is an opera in four acts by Jules Massenet to a French libretto by Édouard Blau, Paul Milliet and Georges Hartmann based on the German epistolary novel The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Although Massenet wrote and completed his opera in 1887, it did not receive any performance until it premiered at the Imperial Theatre Hofoper in Vienna on February 16, 1892, in a German version translated by Max Kalbeck. It had a great success. The French-language premiere followed in Geneva on December 27, 1892, and the first performance in France was at the Opéra-Comique, Paris on January 16, 1893. (Wikipedia)
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Added by bernard-dewagtere the 2011-04-21

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By stormstryk, at 03:07

The tenor voice part for solo repertory is always written in the treble clef, usually with the "8" at the bottom to represent that it is performed down the octave. This score is very challenging to read because of the excessive ledger lines... It would be better to use the right clef. Best wishes!
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